Loretto Homeschool Ministry

We welcome you to Mary Our Queen’s Loretto Ministry! 

Loretto is a new Mary Our Queen ministry where Catholic families come together and plan shared events for their children, themselves, and others. Made up of primarily home-school families, Loretto organizes wholesome, family-friendly, and virtue-building activities around our faith affirming the Catholic Church’s time-honored teachings.

Through Loretto, Catholic families share resources to provide their children with faith-filled experiences. Loretto reaches out across parish boundaries, but also within our parish, to share our faith and to build a stronger Catholic life in our community.

Offerings will include informational sessions, resource sharing, family-friendly events around the liturgical calendar, field trips, teen events, mother support, and family events. We often join efforts with Holy Family TORCH to provide our families with more opportunities. Please see the contact for TORCH information below.

Questions about our ministry? Please contact Lori Snowberger, Loretto Ministry Leader, at loretto@maryourqueen.com

GA Intent to Homeschool Form– Required to be filed at the start of each school year.

Catholic Curriculums Available

Seton- https://www.setonhome.org/

Catholic Heritage Curricula- https://www.chcweb.com/catalog/

Kolbe- https://courses.kolbe.org/

Mother of Divine Grace- https://modg.org/aboutus

Catholic Hybrid Schools in North GA

St. John the Baptist in Marietta- https://www.stjohnthebaptisthybrid.org/ (includes co-oping)

St. Alcuin in Flowery Branch- https://alcuinacademy.org/ (includes co-oping)

St. John Bosco Academy in Cumming- https://www.sjbacademy.org/

Regina Caeli Academy in Roswell- https://www.rcahybrid.org/

Locust Grove Academy in Crawfordville (Purification Heritage Center)- https://www.hrcga.org/church/locust-grove-catholic/

Co-op schools

Catholic Schoolhouse of Atlanta: https://atlantaga.catholicschoolhouse.com

Catholic Schoolhouse of Jasper: https://jasperga.catholicschoolhouse.com

Support Homeschool Communities

Holy Family TORCH: https://holyfamilytorch.com/ – Most of our homeschool families are members of this group. We host many of their events at MOQ. Membership is $25/yr.

Catholic Homeschool Community

https://www.catholichomeschoolcommunity.com/ – Your place to connect, to foster friendships, and joyfully travel this homeschool life!

The Catholic Homeschool/GA- https://www.thecatholichomeschool.com/support/states/georgia/ (This site includes much of what is  listed above, but also about athletics for homeschoolers)

American Heritage Girls

Join Mary Our Queen’s American Heritage Girls Chapter Today!

All girls in the area ages 5-18 are welcome to join American Heritage Girls. American Heritage Girls is the premier national character development organization for young women that embraces Christian values and encourages family involvement. If you are interested in more information, please send an email us through the form below for further details.

You may also visit the national website https://americanheritagegirls.org/

Fraternus at MOQ

What if there was a sure way to develop men of virtue?

“Fraternus is a Catholic brotherhood for all ages (beginning at grade 5 through adulthood). For over a decade, Fraternus has been recovering the lost art of mentoring, harnessing the power of brotherly men and fathers, and teaching the virtues rooted in Christ as the path to authentic manliness.”

Join Us for Frat Night On Wednesday Nights!

Fratnernus ~ Wednesday Evenings at 6:30 pm in St. Joseph’s Hall

A positive role model can teach and inspire young people to live faith-filled, meaningful lives. Fraternus is aimed at mentoring young men in grades 5th through 12th but needs men of all ages in our parish to participate. Each week we explore a different virtue and how that virtue relates to Scripture and our lives.

The flow of each evening is simple: there’s dinner, games, teaching, discussion, then challenge and prayer. Fraternus meets on Wednesdays in St. Joseph’s Hall beginning with dinner at 6:30 PM and concluding after Compline at 8:30 PM.

If you’re a young man in 5th grade or up, join us! If you’re a man interested in mentoring young men in our parish,

We invite all men to join us at the first Fraternus chapter in the Archdiocese of Atlanta. Read more about Fraternus through our chapter website: https://fraternus.net/chapters/mary-our-queen-peachtree-corners/

For more information, please contact us through the form below